Sunday, August 8, 2010

Shores of the Tundra - FREE download

<a href="">Heart of the Beckoning by Shores of the Tundra</a>

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Day 13 - Tennessee


Day 12 - Jacksonville, FL

Spent the night with some Aseethe family members and had a great time. We were treated to super hot chili and cold beers. We all woke up and picked oranges straight from the tree. We also made glass beads (not pictured). Drove north to Jacksonville and had a blast at the show. Warehouse 8b (we actually played in warehouse 6b) is a rad spot with great kids. Nice to see some old friends and hang for a bit. We drove through the night and ended up sleeping somewhere in Georgia in the van. More driving ahead as we start heading north. It sucks leaving the warm weather.

Day 11 - Miami, FL

Gainesville was a shitload of fun. We stayed at a lovely Comfort Inn and drank a shitload of beer before passing out. Got up early and headed towards Miami. Stopped along the way to meet with some friends. We arrived in Miami and were quickly greeted by a man and a woman "enjoying" each others company right outside the club. Apparently the area outside the club is a place where many consenting adults "enjoy" each others company, including on of Miami's finest! Free beer at the show and some pretty nice folks in Miami. Thanks to Matt for the show.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Day 10 - Gainesville, FL

Woke up in Alabama and drove through the day to Gainesville. Played at the Wayward Council and had a rad time. Good kids, good bands, and good weather. Hot Graves and Liturgy were fucking rad, thanx dudes!

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Day 9 - New Orleans

We made the mistake of showing up in New Orleans EARLY and got (for lack of a better phrase) shit hammered. Crazy town with crazy people. It was a good show and a good time all around. Decided to power on through to Florida and ended up passing out somewhere in Alabama. This is NOT recommended to fellow travelers.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Day 8 - Baton Rouge, LA

The tiredness is starting. Long drives and little rest. But, playing in Baton Rouge and meeting some of the best folks we've met on tour has made it all worth while. Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow is a great All Ages spot located in a warehouse connected to a thrift store. The kids at the show were fucking unreal fun and the people who run HTGT are very welcoming. Thanx to Poet, Denise, Jason, and High Fructose Corn Syrup for making our first night in Louisiana a blast.